Teddy Ang

(22/9/1992)

A Multiple Choice


She asked me a question, a multiple choice
I knew that it was easy from the sound of her voice
She asked that if I could have something from her
Which one out of these options would I rather prefer

A) A, was for us to be together
B) B, was to see her smile forever
C) C, was to be her only love
or D) D, was for all of the above

With no hesitation I told her that it was D
And then I said, 'It's coz you are the only one for me'
Then she ran off hiding all the blushes that she had
For some reason at the time I even thought I made her mad

She asked me a question, a multiple choice
I knew that it was easy from the sound of her voice
So I gave her my answer and took her breath away
And lastly I said, 'That's what you do to me everyday'

(16th June 2009) - My 46th Poem...

Submitted: Thursday, June 18, 2009
Edited: Thursday, August 06, 2009
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